The Gnome’s Path
To solve the puzzles, you’ll need to work with a compass and solve exciting geographical tasks. Along the way, playful learning in nature will be encouraged.
7 stations with gnome boards.
The Gnome’s Path starts at the Roßfeldmaut parking lot (Germany) and runs along the hiking trail up to Zinkenstüberl. Get more information at the Zinkenstüberl.
Right at the beginning, look out for the first gnome sign. There, you’ll find a treasure map, and off you go!
Bring your binoculars, compass, and a keen sense of adventure to solve the 7 tricky tasks.
There are 7 creative stations with various challenges waiting for you. For example, one task might be: “Search within a 30-step radius for the treasure chest containing a gold coin and take it with you.” At one station, you probably find binoculars, and at another, there could be a compass.
When you arrive at the destination – the petting zoo at Zinkenstüberl – and have solved all the puzzles, you’ll be rewarded with an ice cream and a certificate!
At the summit of Dürrnberg, you can also admire the breathtaking view of the mountain panorama, the Salzachtal, and the city of Hallein. In addition, Zinkenstüberl will spoil you with culinary delights and refreshing drinks.
Afterwards, the brave ones among you can speed down to the valley on an adventurous ride with the summer toboggan run!
Hiking & Biking at the Dürrnberg
Dürrnberg is a real paradise for sports enthusiasts and those who love to indulge. Various hiking trails and mountain biking routes lead to Zinkenkogel. The excellent infrastructure, including the comfortable double chairlift, Zinkenstüberl mountain restaurant, summer toboggan run, and well-developed hiking and mountain biking paths, make Dürrnberg a perfect destination for the whole family.
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